by Ludmila Telen Unlike former Prime Minister Viktor Chernomyrdin, who started talking about standing for the presidency within days of the sacking of his government, Moscow Mayor Yurii Luzhkov prefers to be more cautious. But he’s scarcely been inactive, building up his media empire and grooming himself for power. And his networking skills are good: […]

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